Airbnb Sues Promoter Over Glendora Mansion Party This SummerAirbnb Inc. Monday sued the organizer of a party held at a Glendora mansion that attracted about 700 people.
'Fresh Prince Of Bel Air' Mansion Available For Rent On AirbnbLA County residents who live in the same household will be able to rent the property for one night for just $30, in honor of the 30th anniversary of the hit 90s show.
Airbnb Cracks Down On LA County Party Houses From Calabasas To WhittierThose listings included homes in Burbank, Calabasas, Compton, Glendora, Hacienda Heights, La Cañada Flintridge, Long Beach, the city of Los Angeles, Malibu, Marina del Rey, Pasadena, West Hollywood and Whittier.
Airbnb Announces Global Ban On House Parties Held At Its ListingsAirbnb announced Thursday it will ban all parties and events at its global listings, including capping capacity to 16 people, until further notice amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airbnb Warns Guests In LA Not To Throw Parties In Age Of CoronavirusGuests who violate the policy will be banned from the platform.
Coronavirus: Airbnb To Offer Free Housing To Thousands Of First RespondersThe home-sharing giant launched an initiative to provide free housing to 100,000 relief workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Airbnb Removes 28 Homes Identified By LAPD As 'Chronic Party Houses' Airbnb says they have taken down more than two dozen listings identified by the LAPD as “chronic party houses” in the Hollywood Hills.
Santa Monica Reaches Deal With Airbnb Over Illegal ListingsUnder the deal, Airbnb will require all its hosts to register with the city and obtain a license number and business permit. Hosts are also prohibited from listing multiple properties.
Hidden Camera Found In Airbnb RentalIt is the ultimate invasion of privacy. A couple who rented an Airbnb in Orange County say they found a hidden camera inside of a smoke alarm.
Ninth Circuit Upholds Santa Monica's Right To Regulate Home SharingThe two home-sharing behemoths had sued, claiming the seaside city’s “Home-Sharing Ordinance” violated the Communications Decency Act – since the legislation would require them to monitor and remove third-party content -- and the First Amendment.
LA Gives Final Approval To Airbnb RegulationsIt limits homeowners from renting out their rooms and full homes to 120 days per year.